Semtech and their employees have repeatedly demonstrated corporate responsibility to address and prevent serious issues in our community and abroad. Specifically, they have helped Interface shelter homeless youth and support community members through a series of tragedies over the past two years.
Thank you to everyone who participated in this year's tournament. Your passion makes a difference!
First Reentry Services Graduation
Interface’s Reentry Services celebrated its’ first 10 clients to complete reentry program services in a graduation ceremony held at Interface offices in Camarillo.
Congratulations to all for achieving your goals, making change happen and inspiring others! Interface partners were present to celebrate with graduates including: Carrie Vredenburgh, Probation Division Manager; Frank Chow, Ventura County Executive Office; Sam Kruse and Rashmi Khare from Social Finance, Inc.; and Todd Howeth, Ventura County Public Defender.
Blog: Interface Today
Powerful and Privileged No More: Epstein and Others Facing Their Sex Crimes
With the Jeffrey Epstein case splashed across every news site in the country, Americans have a heightened focus on sex trafficking. Epstein, a powerful financier with friends in high places (think President Donald Trump, former president Bill Clinton, and Prince Andrew to start), faces federal charges of sex trafficking of underage girls and conspiracy to commit sex trafficking. Continue reading Erik's blog here.